President Rodrigo Duterte went on an epic rant against ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp, and the Philippine Daily Inquirer which showed that his loathing has not waned but has become more intense for what he perceived as “biased” news…
ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.
President Rodrigo Duterte knocked off ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. from its high horse by slamming the country’s biggest media company for its preachy telenovelas.
President Rodrigo Duterte isn’t enjoying the P3.348 million bump in his net worth from excess campaign contributions just yet.
ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. took President Rodrigo Duterte's money and he has the documents to prove it.
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that he has received feelers to settle his public dispute with oligarchs such as owners of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. tried to settle his refund for an unaired political ad campaign last year and he has the check to prove it.
President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to pull the country’s biggest media company, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp., off the air for failing to reimburse him for the campaign ad he paid for last year.
President Rodrigo Duterte is showing no signs of slowing down his attacks against the owners of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. and Philippine Daily Inquirer whom he believed has an agenda against him.
President Rodrigo Duterte has vowed to make sure that owners of ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. and Philippine Daily Inquirer, and other oligarchs pay the right taxes.
Has President Rodrigo Duterte gone too far in his scorched-earth attack on the country’s biggest news organizations -
President Rodrigo Duterte has challenged ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. to unleash the full might of its investigative report team to expose
President Rodrigo Duterte has accused ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. of estafa for not paying him back any refund for its failure to air his campaign propaganda a year ago.
Nearly a year after paying ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. for a “propaganda” ad which it did not run, President Rodrigo Duterte is still waiting for the network’s owners, the Lopez family, to make an offer to return his money.